Mtech Bowie Survival - Cuchillo de hoja fija
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- Mtech MT096 cuchillo Bowie de la supervivencia de la hoja de acero 440 Nylon manga Caso Abs
- Mtech cuchillo Bowie de la supervivencia Cuchillo fijado
- longitud 35.56cm longitud de la hoja de acero 440
- Guardia mango 21.90cm total hoja de acero ABS
- Hecho en China
- Prohibida - 18 años
Advertencia: prohibida su venta a menores de 18 años.
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Cuchillo Bowie MTech. Medida globales de 36 pulgadas. Bowie tipo acero 440 cuchillo de 21,6 cm con acabado en negro. Agujero de correa de caucho negro de agarre ergonómico. Funda de nylon negro.
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Totalmente recomendable. No lo dejéis escapar. Se puede maltratar sin problemas y sin temer a romper.
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HOW TO PURCHASE AN MTECH:
(1) MAKE SURE TO GET THE RIGHT QUALITY MTECH FOR YOUR NEEDS. THERE IS "MTECH USA" AND "MTECH USA XTREME." MTECH USA LIKE THIS MODEL USUALLY IS MADE FROM 440 STEEL (PROBABLY 440A) WITH A THINNER BLADE, LOWER WEIGHT, AND COSTS LESS. MTECH USA XTREME IS USUALLY MADE FROM 440C STEEL WITH A THICKER BLADE AND COSTS MORE (STILL PRETTY INEXPENSIVE THOUGH). THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TWO USUALLY COMES DOWN TO 440 VS. 440C STEEL, STEEL THICKNESS AND WEIGHT.
(2) MAKE SURE YOU GET A NEW MTECH. YOU CAN TELL BECAUSE MTECH ALWAYS TAPES ITS BOXES CLOSED AND WRAPS THE BOX CONTENTS IN PLASTIC. SO CHECK TO MAKE SURE YOU GET A NEW, UNOPENED BOX WITH THE CONTENTS PROPERLY WRAPPED -- OTHERWISE IT HAS BEEN OPENED AND IS NOT NEW.
(3) INSPECT EVERYTHING CAREFULLY. IN THE PAST SOME MODELS (THE MT-151) HAVE HAD PROBLEMS WITH BENT BLADES. NOT SURE WHY. ANYWAY, INSPECT IT TO MAKE SURE EVERYTHING IS STRAIGHT.
(4) SECURE ANY SCALE SCREWS WITH LOCTITE. THIS MODEL HAS A VERY SECURE HANDLE WITH NO SCREWS, BUT OTHER MODELS HAVE SCREWS THAT SEEM TO LOOSEN WITH HEAVY USE. LOCTITE RED SOLVES THAT PROBLEM.
(5) LIGHTLY SHARPEN AS NEEDED. THESE DO NOT SEEM TO REQUIRE ANY LENGTHY SHARPENING TO GET AN EXTREMELY SHARP EDGE.
(6) CONSIDER WHETHER YOU NEED A BETTER SHEATH. MTECH SHEATHS ARE BASIC AND FUNCTIONAL, USUALLY NYLON REINFORCED WITH PLASTIC AND A LOOP FASTENED BY SNAP OR VELCRO TO KEEP THE KNIFE FROM FALLING OUT. BUT FOR SOME PURPOSES YOU WILL WANT A MORE ADVANCED SHEATH GIVING YOU BETTER OPTIONS.
(7) ENJOY! YOU WILL PROBABLY FIND THAT YOU HAVE A GREAT KNIFE AT A LOW PRICE.
It seems like every time someone reviews a cheap knife like this some armchair patriot always has to reply with the standard belly-ache about it being made in China. Well, I have news for you, practically every single one of the big knife makers are having many or most of their knives made there, whether they advertise the fact or not. Even Cold Steel has many Chinese-ground blades in their inventory. Funny enough, I saw an amateur knife test on You Tube where a couple of guys tested-to-destruction one of these MTech bowies against a Cold Steel blade that was also probably made in China. The test was hammering the blades through lengths of oak from a felled tree. The Cold Steel blade broke after splitting only three or four feet of oak, but this MTech bowie split all the oak they had on hand and was still intact, if a little beat up and ugly. Nope, for the price, you simply aren't going to get a better blade than this one.
MTech makes two large Bowies: this one, and another that's essentially a clone of the Cold Steel Trailmaster. I've owned a Trailmaster and it was without doubt the best knife I've ever owned, but the one thing I didn't like about it was the narrow handle on the thing. The reason I chose this blade over the Trailmaster clone is because of the big meaty handle. Now that I actually have the knife, I have to tell you the grip feels great. It's just soft enough to cushion the hand while chopping, but not so soft it feels like gripping a marshmallow. My only concern is the durability of the handle. I have no reason to think that it will not last, but I guess because I like it so much I'm afraid it will fall apart or split or something. And if it does, so what? I'll put some Micarta grip scales on the blade, and then buy another so I can have one with the great rubber handle. I mean, fourteen bucks? I can lose the knife, have it stolen, drop it in the ocean, use it as a prybar (or do something equally stupid) and break it, and who cares? I can just buy another.
I love my Bokers, I love my Benchmades, and my Spydercos and many other quality knives. But the ones I actually carry and use, or leave in the car or tool box or wherever, are pretty much all MTech knives of one kind or another. Cheap enough to be disposable, if necessary, well made, and a design to suit every purpose. Buy one and see for yourself. It won't cost much, I promise.